ZLATIBOR mountain is in the far southwest of Serbia, between the mountains of Tara and Zlatar. Zlatibor has a number of endemic plant species, while its animal species include the dice snake, the Balkan stream frog, the Crested Tit, the Woodlark, the European Honey-buzzard, the White-throated Dipper, otters, wolves and foxes. The region of Zlatibor is famous for its folk architecture, its characteristic culture and traditions, its rich and diverse ethnic heritage, its widely-renowned culinary specialities, its healthy food and the balmy climate which has earned Zlatibor a reputation for its healthy air and the status of one of the most popular tourist destinations in Serbia. Moves are underway by the Serbian Institute for Nature Conservation to give Zlatibor protected status as a Nature Park and a natural resource of exceptional importance.
Surrounded by a garden, Hotel Zlatiborska Noc features playgrounds for children and outdoor terraces…
Situated in the peaceful village of Bela Zemlja 15 km from Zlatibor, this modern complex features free Wi-Fi access and free private parking.
The property is close to the Mokra Gora mountain with its famous Sargan Eight Railway, which goes through the steep landscape. Guests can go hiking and exploring the mountainous region.
The Zlatiborska Noc features a large outdoor swimming pool and a gym.